conference call

Definitions (2)

1. A phone call for analysts, institutional investors and individual investors during which a company reports on financial results for the most recent quarter. The call may also include information related to the outlook for the company's future. In some cases, analysts will be allowed to ask questions at the end of the conference call.
2. Generally, any telephone conversation in which more than two parties are talking and/or listening.

Use conference call in a sentence

We had a conference call because we needed to talk about a few things that were important to our company.

​ Was this Helpful? YES  NO 11 people found this helpful.

The conference call with the client was set for next monday at five pm so we were sure each manager would attend.

​ Was this Helpful? YES  NO 4 people found this helpful.

You should try and have a conference call when you need to get multiple people in different places together at the same time.

​ Was this Helpful? YES  NO 11 people found this helpful.

Show more usage examples...

Browse Definitions by Letter: # A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
earnings announcement buy and homework